Prince Charles ‘Furious’ That ‘Lurid’ Lies From Diana Interview Only Just Corrected

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Prince Charles 'Furious' That 'Lurid' Lies From Diana Interview Only Just Corrected
Prince Charles 'Furious' That 'Lurid' Lies From Diana Interview Only Just Corrected. image: Twitter

Prince Charles ‘Furious’ That ‘Lurid’ Lies From Diana Interview Only Just Corrected.

Prince Charles is reportedly furious that “lurid lies” from the Panorama Martin Bashir-Princess Diana interview have taken almost three decades to finally be publicly corrected.

A friend of the Prince of Wales said: “The narrative that came from that interview about Charles needs to be changed. “He is privately furious that it has taken 27 years. The interview and allegations caused long-term damage to the future king and his household.”

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It has been reported by The Mirror that the BBC has written to the Prince of Wales to apologise for Martin Bashir’s “deceitful” tactics in securing the interview and agreed to never show it again, according to reports.

Lord Dyson concluded that Bashir used a series of underhand tactics to secure an interview with the Princess of Wales. Bashir still denies using deception, and has apologised to Princes William and Harry, insisting he “loved” their late mother.

The former Panorama presenter claims his bombshell interview with Princess Diana did not harm her and she was never unhappy about it. Bashir has also hit back at William’s claims that the interview fuelled his mother’s isolation and paranoia.


Related:

Martin Bashir Quits The BBC After Diana Interview Investigation

Martin Bashir quit the BBC on May 14 citing health grounds just before the publication of an investigation into his conduct in securing a 1995 Panorama interview with Diana, Princess of Wales- he has been on sick leave for several months.


The BBC’s deputy director of news, Jonathan Munro, told staff: “Martin Bashir has stepped down from his position as the BBC’s religion editor and is leaving the corporation. He let us know of his decision last month, just before being readmitted to the hospital for another surgical procedure on his heart. Although he underwent major surgery toward the end of last year, he is facing some ongoing issues and has decided to focus on his health.”


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